The title covers quite a wide variety of plants including herbaceous, spring and summer bulbs, bedding plants, wildflowers, and some flowering shrubs and roses.
Because this covers such a range of plants only a small selection have been detailed here as usual if you don’t see what you’re looking for then please do contact us or call in.
This is a stunning variety of African lily, with large globes of intense blue flowers from July to September on long stems. As the flowers fade they are followed by seedheads that look dramatic and architectural. Ideal for a sunny well-drained border.
This stunning variety of the flowering onion plant has huge violet to purple round globes that are a prefect addition to any border or can also be grown in pots to show off their 60-80cm stems.
Digitalis Purpurea / Foxgloves
Tall spikes of deep-pink or purple tubular flowers, maroon-spotted inside, in June and July. Foxgloves are native wildflowers and are a magnet for bees and other beneficial pollinating insects, they're perfect for a wildlife or woodland garden.
'Riccartonii' makes a very impressive flowering shrub with a prolific show of small flowers with a dark purple 'skirt' beneath the crimson 'wings' on its mass of twiggy growth. It is a very good choice for those who don't like the showier, blowsier fuchsias with more flamboyant shapes and colours. It can be grown to the back of a border, or be used as an informal summer hedge or divide, This is ideal for Ireland where it thrives on the high rainfall and high humidity.